Epoch Glacial Marine Mud
Epoch® Glacial Marine Mud
Revive your skin with Epoch® Glacial Marine Mud. This skin renewing estuary treasure helps exfoliate dead skin cells, remove skin contaminants, and rejuvenate damaged or troubled skin. Continuously enriched by the ocean, this unique glacial mud nurtures your skin with more than 50 beneficial minerals and trace elements, including zinc and sea botanicals. Its naturally fine colloidal particles and absorbent properties significantly enhance its deep cleansing effects. Through an exclusive homogenization process, its particle size is further refined to create a highly absorbent mud that hydrates and cleanses with impeccable consistency.
Experience revitalized skin by pampering your face and body with regular treatments of Epoch Glacial Marine Mud.
Legend has it that indigenious peoples tried to make pottery from this special mud. They were unsuccessful because of its fine particle size, but noticed their hands were softer and smoother.
Nu Skin contribute US$0.25 from each Epoch® product sale to the Nu Skin Force For Good Foundation - giving back to the communities that share their wisdom with us.
Apply a generous layer of mud to skin, avoiding mouth and eye areas. Let mud dry 15 to 20 minutes or until it turns a light aquamarine color. Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Use Epoch® Glacial Marine Mud™ two to three times a week.
Glacial Marine Mud (Maris limus)—obtained from a remote glacial estuary in the Pacific Northwest, absorbs impurities from skin (dirt, dead cells, excess oil) without robbing precious moisture. This skin-beneficial mud is homogenized to increase its absorption powers and provide ideal consistency.
The following are some of the more than 50 skin beneficial minerals and trace elements featured:
- Copper—helps improve skin strength, cutting down on fragility.
- Zinc—an essential mineral for healthy skin.
- Magnesium—a necessary component of the skin's natural energy cycle.
- Silver—aids the skin’s antimicrobial activity.
- Chromium—helps maintain balance in the skin.